DASMAS: dialogue based automation of semantic interoperability in multi agent systems

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Abstract

This paper presents our ongoing effort on developing a dialogue based framework for resolving semantic interoperability in multi agent systems. Our approach is characterized by: (1) multi agent systems that have real world heterogeneous ontologies; (2) the resolution of semantic differences at run-time through an adapted ontology negotiation protocol (ONP); and (3) the use of the Word Net lexicon in the resolution process.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in ontologies 2005
Subtitle of host publicationproceedings of the Australasian Ontology Workshop (AOW 2005), Sydney, Australia, 6 December 2005
EditorsThomas Meyer, Mehmet A. Orgun
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherAustralian Computer Society
Pages75-82
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)1920682406
Publication statusPublished - 2005
EventAustralasian Ontology Workshop - Sydney
Duration: 6 Dec 20056 Dec 2005

Publication series

NameConferences in research and practice in information technology
PublisherAustralian Computer Society
Volume58
ISSN (Print)1445-1336

Workshop

WorkshopAustralasian Ontology Workshop
CitySydney
Period6/12/056/12/05

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Multi agent systems
Interoperability
Ontology
Automation
Semantics
Network protocols

Keywords

  • Multi agent systems
  • ontology
  • interoperability

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Orgun, B., Dras, M., Cassidy, S., & Nayak, A. (2005). DASMAS: dialogue based automation of semantic interoperability in multi agent systems. In T. Meyer, & M. A. Orgun (Eds.), Advances in ontologies 2005: proceedings of the Australasian Ontology Workshop (AOW 2005), Sydney, Australia, 6 December 2005 (pp. 75-82). (Conferences in research and practice in information technology; Vol. 58). Australia: Australian Computer Society.
Orgun, Bhavna ; Dras, Mark ; Cassidy, Steve ; Nayak, Abhaya. / DASMAS : dialogue based automation of semantic interoperability in multi agent systems. Advances in ontologies 2005: proceedings of the Australasian Ontology Workshop (AOW 2005), Sydney, Australia, 6 December 2005. editor / Thomas Meyer ; Mehmet A. Orgun. Australia : Australian Computer Society, 2005. pp. 75-82 (Conferences in research and practice in information technology).
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Orgun, B, Dras, M, Cassidy, S & Nayak, A 2005, DASMAS: dialogue based automation of semantic interoperability in multi agent systems. in T Meyer & MA Orgun (eds), Advances in ontologies 2005: proceedings of the Australasian Ontology Workshop (AOW 2005), Sydney, Australia, 6 December 2005. Conferences in research and practice in information technology, vol. 58, Australian Computer Society, Australia, pp. 75-82, Australasian Ontology Workshop, Sydney, 6/12/05.

DASMAS : dialogue based automation of semantic interoperability in multi agent systems. / Orgun, Bhavna; Dras, Mark; Cassidy, Steve; Nayak, Abhaya.

Advances in ontologies 2005: proceedings of the Australasian Ontology Workshop (AOW 2005), Sydney, Australia, 6 December 2005. ed. / Thomas Meyer; Mehmet A. Orgun. Australia : Australian Computer Society, 2005. p. 75-82 (Conferences in research and practice in information technology; Vol. 58).

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Orgun B, Dras M, Cassidy S, Nayak A. DASMAS: dialogue based automation of semantic interoperability in multi agent systems. In Meyer T, Orgun MA, editors, Advances in ontologies 2005: proceedings of the Australasian Ontology Workshop (AOW 2005), Sydney, Australia, 6 December 2005. Australia: Australian Computer Society. 2005. p. 75-82. (Conferences in research and practice in information technology).